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Please evaluate argument.

Premises: Although exercise may provide temporary relief for mild, moderate and even severe depressed moods.
Premises: There are many cases when it fail to make the symptoms and problems go away completely.
Conclusion: Therefore exercise has the potential to reduce symptoms temporarily without effectively eliminating them.

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    The conclusion ought to be

    Therefore exercise may have the ....
    See Premise One.

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